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SATURDAY. JAXUARV 17.
OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
Niw York, Ncvorul r 2"'t!i,
' Tlc panic and eubeyyjucnt evert connected
therewith occur ieU mj laet letter, which, though
.n enough t'jt a now-paper letter, l.arJlj touched
nfjn manj of tLe mo: important of the event
and left wholly ncnoticca occurrences of great
interett and importance, wtich Lajponed during
the months of October ana PovernNcr. Th Em
in time was the meeting of the
Which assembled ia this city early in October,
ax:d conUnueu in sewion for about t-n uajs.
Thia association consista of taemhers of all Jc
nominations of Erangelical Christians the world
over. Ita chcta are the rroraotion tf Christian
unity and fellowship and the prread of the relig
ion of Christ. It Los been doubted whether
those members rccnt in New York truly rerre
eentol the various branches or kcu of the Chris-
tUxX world outside of the Roman Catholic church
crt rrobablT not, for it would be difficult to
find a chu of men more intelligent, learned,
earnest and liberal than those who have recently
occupied the attention of the world by their di
cuMiona and plan while in session here. And it
id only too well known that the vast majority of
th Christian world are as lUibcral, as illogical
and as uncharitable as the whole world was while
under Roman Catholic power. The " world " of
course, means the Christian or civilized portion
thereof. The opening session proved that suffi
cient allowance Lad not been made for public
interest, and from the hrst till the last day several
meeting were LcM simultaneously which were
continually crowded. Sjine of the most learned
iH-hoUra mod brilliant speakers of Kuropc and
America were present, and every day furnished
specimen of learning and eloquence. The New
lork papers were full of accounts of events and
reports of remarks but of all the papers the
Tribune took the lead ; every morning it furnished
verbatim reports of the previous day's work and
most of the epeechee. It wa3 a feat worthy of
record ana was ajprectatcu oy the people and the
Association. AfW the final close the Tribune
published the Kvangelical Alliance Kxtra."
which consisted of four double sheets, the eizc of
the lnuune, or thirty-two pages one hundred
and ninety-two columns of closely printed mat
ter, irivin'? a full history of the convention, ira
members and the work done, with the remarks of
greatest interest. The subjects discussed and ex-
. acained embrace a very wide range ; but were of
interest to a general audience and to all readers
Not the least interesting was the day devoted to
the relations of Science to Christianity, in which
the learned Dr. McCosb, of Princeton, figured
prominently. Many will bo surprised that lie
Avoided any denial of a belief in the Darwinian
theory of species, which in distinctly opposed to
the Mot&Jc account of the creation. Your corres
pondent will attempt no review of the work and
probable rcsulta oithL 'great gathering ; suffice it
to say that very great interest has been shown by
the whole nation, anj nearly every magazine and
review besides all of the leading journals of the
day, Lave commented and criticised. Some of
the articles have been very bitter, others have
been mild but decided. Perhaps the clearest
and strongest note cf opposition camo from the
Iter. Dr. IJellows in a sermon preached in New
York the evening of Octoher 12th, from tho text,
tor by one spirit ore we all baptized into one
body, whether we be Jews or (Jcntiles, whether
we be bond or free ; and have been all made to
drink into one spirit." (I Cor. xii:13.) The
session of the Alliance was closed by four immense
meetings held on the evening of October 12tb, in.
the Academy of Music, Stcinway and Tammany
Halls, and in the great lecture room of Cooper
Union. Immediately following this great demon
stration came tha meeting of the
rare heugiocs association of axerica,
Held iii thid city on October 14th, and following
days. In most striking contrast with the char"
actcr of the Alliance was this assembly ; the
first, to strengthen and develope unity in Christ
as the keystone of religion ; the second, to reject
Jesus and pat in place thereof, individual thought
and conviction. It may not be known what this
Association is. A few years ago some of tho
'mm uucm c ubwd vtuiatiiiw, vuuviuceu
of the fallacy of existing forma of religion, united
nndcr the above name, but they have no plat
form, no creed, nothing definite and substantial,
in common, except bitter opposition towards the
Christ religion and belief. Their organ is Tie
Index, of Toledo, Ohio, and numbers among its
contributors men of learning and genius. It is
very difficult to criticise that which is without
substance and positive character, and it may ' bo
said the Free Religious Association represents
nothing but a system of negations. Indeed,
that fact is gloried in by The Index. It muet not
be supposed by any means that this Association
is made up or ignorant opponents or Christianity ;
among its ranis arc tho names of Col. T. W.
Iligginson, Rev. O. B. F.othingham, Oliver
Johnson of the Christian Union, James Parton,
Dr. Abbot and many others, whose standing as
men of high character and noble lives cannot be
impeached, ihey are also men of education and
trained in habits of thought, observation and
reasoning; men whose opinions are worthy of
. i r x it i i i ,
respect ana woo are superior 10 mai spirit wnicn
would pash them aside as unworthy or notice
But it is very pro oa Die that most ol them are
highly imaginative and poetic, to an unpractical
extent. The ordinary human being must have
something definite and well defined to worship,
believe, love and defend, henco the purely intel
lectual theories advanced are beyond the compre
hension or most men, ana are not fit lot mankind
till tho human race shall have been raised above
the practical ideas of the here and hereafter, now
existing. It is somewhat pigniGcant that a mis
sionary sent to India bv these men became a
Baddhist, and it is yery likely that Col. Iliggin
son himself, is the same, lie claims that as a
system, it is superior to Christology, and there
can b do doubt that Itaddha (if be ever existed)
was a man of singular Purity and noble char
acter, indeed was so much like the Christ of his
tory as to warrant tho suspicion that one history
was borrowed from the other. " Which was the
original?" asks Iliginson. From the above
haety view of their theories and ideas it will ut
once be seen what was the character of the meet
ings held in thia city.
THE TAXI. ELECTION'S
In the various States began about this time, and
as usual, just fallowing the Presidential election,
were not very exciting. Bat they resulted in
general gains opposed to the present administra
tion, a fact not thought worthy of comment by
the New York Times, which loftily remarked that
the Republicans all stayed at home. Rut as
the Republicans worked with energy to se
cure the second or November series, and were
generally beaten, some notice must be taken of
the reasons which produced this result. Admin
istration organs stoutly maintained that the only
reason was as given above, bat it covers too much.
A year ago it was claimed that with the election
of Greeley financial ruin and panic would result,
bat with Grant "returned prosperity would be
come unexampled ; bat a few months have elapsed
since the inauguration, and in the face of large
crops and manufacturing prosperity a terrible
financial disaster has overtaken the country, and
hardship and want stare the nation in the face.
In the October and November elections voters
remembered the promise, and fulfillment ; they
alao recalled " Civil Service Reform " promises,
and subsequent contemptuous disregard ; and so
the people voted " want of confidence." It is
also noticeable that the Democrats were not the
gainers, bat the balance of power was with dif
lerent ideas and names in (he various States. In
New York, the Democratic State ticket was
elected while " Reform candidates carried the
day in most of the cities. In point of fact, all
parties selected good men for office as a rule. It
is to be regretted that the proposed amendment
to the State Constitution, abrogating the elective
and restoring the appointive judiciary system,
was defeated. Singularly enough it was made a
party question, the Democrat carrying the State
on the question. The argument used was popu
lar but foolish and untrue ; it was, that the right
to elect should be jealously guarded, or it would
be forever lost. This country is cursed with too
many elections already.
About this time came a telegram from Port
land, Oregon, containing the simple 'statement,
" The health of King Lunalilo ia much better.
On account of a mutiny among the Household
Troops that body Las been disbanded." The
latter clause created considerable comment and
conjecture among observers of Hawaiian affairs.
The oj inijn is general that there UiU?t have Lctn
p ..iue underbill !- 1 proceeding to stir up euch
ftrorg f'-cJirg-" cf excitement in the PolJicr arj
with t!.c C"!o generally. 'I he acti.n of tLe
Hon' .lain authorities .vi euted by the ropers
mbrvqueiitly received excited some mrr-ritc ani
if tak n a- a confession of weaknefs and utter
inborn t tncc. TLe who!? affair has undoubtedly
ir.jiirt-1 the inter-t of the island.. Judging
alt -gcthcr frm the- di;cui;tna in the Aivitrti--er,
fia.-tl', Sukitu and Kuok-n, it look as though
bouic men were rurtfrcly arousing ill feeling in
the native heart agiinFt Americans as a clatd and
foreigners generally re2;xivcly. M ?t undoubt
edly, thcr are Americans at tho inlands who
inoet earnestly favor annexation, and who flatter
thnieelves that they represent the sentiment of
the I "nit-.-l State. No denial of f-uch a feeling
bv the rorIe of the States has appeared at any
time, and the natives have therefore become
imbued with the notion that this country, like a
huge hungry hark, lies ready for a spring at the
liftTof Hawaii and will ewallow that little Pacific
morsel at the slightest pretext. It is wholly
incorrect, and the Advertiser will dj well to
give the lie a widely as pesible to such injuri
ous ilea. Were the question "Shall the Ha
waiian Islands be annexed?" submitted to the
American people to-day, it would be voted down
by a vast majority. California perhaps would
vote in favor thereof, and it is certain that the
New York Herald would thunder in its favor;
but when it i- considered that that paper would
be in favor of annexing anything, from a stray
ice-berg to the rent of the world, and that it
generally is in the wrong, such support would
not amount to much. And if it is not enough to
state the public sentiment now, you have the na
tional condemnation of Seward's purchase of
Alaska, and of Grant's San Domingo scheme.
This people care not f r territorial aggrandizement,
it is a commercial nation, and in all things the
pecuniary coet is counted. The west holds the
balance of power and with their vast resources
yet undeveloped, anything tending to withdraw
interest or capital from them is jealously regarded.
The nation is however in favor of treaties which
will increase the commercial power and add any
thing to the national wealth, but even then all
clau.es of entanglement are looked upon with
suspicion. In that commercial spirit exists the
hope of success for a reciprocity treaty, and its
paweagc depends a great deal upon whether the
opposition spend much money in Washington the
coming ee6eion ,i placing it where it will do the
most good." One other point may be of interest
to renders that a treaty of reciprocity between the
islands and the United States without cession of
Pearl Iiiver Bay will leas favorably received by
the Senate, as ici'A that cession for an additional
makeweight. The reason of this is because of
the probable great expense of making that harbor
available, and as stated above, the money question
is of gravest importance to an American. With
out uee, the possession of Kwa lagoon by the
United States would be merely a barren expense ;
with but one advantage in the eyes of tho average
Congressman, that is, an office or offices to be
filled would be created, and the force of that
idea to a Congressman can be best illustrated by
adopting a sentence, slightly varied from Dickens ,
"Our Mutual Friend." "Without offices (po
litical) existence would be unilluminated by a
einglc ray of hope." With which this epistlo
must close, leaving the " Spanish question " and
the " Ring Trials " for a future letter. O. K.
A Herald special from Havana says: The disposi
tion of the minority is in favor of the abolition of
slavery after tLe gradual plan; that they recognize
the necessity or abolition, and propose a plan for its
gradual accomplishment, so that no disturbance may
occur to the interests involved.
t A special dispatch to the Daily Telegraph states
that Umperor William had a slight attack of apoplexy,
vhich causes uneasiness at Berlin.
Some of the best Informed among the Congressmen
are of the opinion that Attorney-tieneral Williams
nomination for Chief Justice will be withdrawn. It
is said that before the President left for the West he
stated to a friend if the Senate took a recess without
confirming the nomination he would withdraw his
name. Several Senators advised tho Tresident of
this singular fact, that Mr. Williams most bitter op
ponents are from the Pacific slope, especially Oregon.
Secretary Fteh. will have an opportunity to distin
guish himself as a diplomat in the trouble with Snoin.
One thing at least may be inferred from his Alabama,
negotiations with Great Britain, to wit: that he won't
provoke unnecessary bloodshed. There was never a
-W wwUKV MHMt SKA. A 1BU. . .
The Indian Peace Policy fin. la another beautifu
exemplification in the case of Big Tree, who at the
intercession of the Federal authorities was recently
released by the Governor of Texas. Big Tree was to
go home to his tribe and tdL them to behave liie
Christian citizens. The latest advices of Big Tree's
whereabouts represent him at the head of one hun
dred fraternal red-skins, between Wachita and West
Fork, engaged in the congenial amusement of steal
ing horses and shooting surveyors. Big Tree is a
nice missionary he ia. And the Indian Peace
Policy is a nice policy it is.
HAWAIIAN MESS BEEF !
I JACKED BV C. 1JERTLEMAXX, KAUAI,
and WARRANTED. For Sale by
oc 13 3m A. W. PEIRCK k CO.
IV O T I C E.
the Ulacksnilth Btiop,Toul,Stock mfi
ana uooa in or tite business or
Mr. Win. IUNCAX, the Shop on
Queen Street, opposite the old Custom llouie, will be closed,
and tee business
Removed to the Shop on the Esplanade,
lately occupied by Mr. Duncan, where
Will be Carried on in all its Branches
CARRIAGE SMITHING, and
PAIITICI'LAK ATTENTION PA III TO
a fully competent workman being employed to make it a
BLACKSMITH S COAX AND IBON
Always n Hand nail Fr Sale.
TT Orders from the other Islands promptly filled and
scJ tl J0. II. THOMPSON".
AM) FOIt SAKE AT THE
OLDEST TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE !
ST Established in 1858.-
X t A litRUE AND FINE
fc II ATA IV A
Turkish, Porto Rico
Smoking Tobacco !
AND A LOT OP
VERY FINE BRIAR WOOD PIPES!
Constantly on Hand, the VERY BEST
CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO!
Cip:ar Holders, etc., &c.
H. I. NOLTE.
i jal3m Corner Qiirrn soil N'linauu Sis.
A N K V A 13 V ERTISE 31 EXT! ! !
A FEW OF THE MANY
ciisTLs akd cooke'sIA BEAUTIFUL VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS
-A.t sucli Prices
WILL PAY TO GIVE THEM A GALL !
PAINT OIL Hubbuck's Best Pale Boiled and Baw;
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC Hubbuck's Best in Oil;
PURE SPIRITS TURPENTINE, RED LEAD AND OCHRE,
CHROME GREEN, BURNT AND RAW UMBERS,
PARIS GREEN, VERMILLION,
EURNT AND RAW SIENNA. PRUSSIAN BLUE.
Downer's Genuine and Devoo's.
MATCHES. 8 -Card. DAIRY HALT. CRUSHED SUGAR. PARIS PLOWS, with EXTRA HEAVY
, REAMS. EXTRA POINTS. REAMS ANl HANDLED.
Cut Nails, Wrought Nails, Cut and Wrought Spikes !
AMOSKEAC, PEARL RIVER AND ENGLISH DENIMS,
summon faxcy piitxts, ltxex drills.
FOB im LADIES ESPECIALLY!
Cambric antl Hamburg Edgings and Insertions. Real and Imitation Valencienes Laces.
ju21 Fine Trinted Prillianta for Children's wear, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac. qr
11 ASTKR TIIK REV. T. C. SEARLK.
Boys, either Native or Foreign, Received
olSJ A Iit Sf holism or Korardr r. Cm
LE.7ERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
IIAVK ON' If AM) AM) FOR SALE,
Boards, Planks and Battens.
Nor West Tongued and Grooved Boards,
Nor' West Surfaced Planed Boards.
Rough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
noons, wioows -asd-biixdsi
Nails, Locks, Butts and Screws,"
OIL, WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINT,
Turpentine, Chrome Green,
Paris Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Paint. Varnishes,
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitian Red, Yellow Ochre, &c, &c.
FOR PLANTATION USE.
VHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOR WIIEELWRIUIIT AND PLANTATION CSK
WHITE EASTERN FINE
BOARDS AXD PLANKS.
WATL DfPVIPUsT !
All OTHER BUUDIXG MATERIALS !
LEWERS & DICKSON.
scl3 3m ins.
NEW-GOODS from CHINA
VIA SAN' FRANCISCO.
PER BARK J. W. SEAYER !
Fine O" o w elry
FOR LADIES :
Such as Xcklices and Jimetb'l. Jltrrings and
Mailc of Crystal. Cornelian, Tortoise Shell, oM anj Silver
and UirJ Eye Style.
SILK FOR DRESSES
Pongee. Pina, StripeJ, CherkeJ and assorted color,
Pure White Grass Cloth,
Fancy Slippers for ladies & gentlemen.
Colored Embroidered Silk Scarfs,
Ladies' Lacquered Work Boxes.
Sandal Wood and Ivory Card Cases !
Paper Cutters, Boxes.
All Kinds of Fans,
Pearl, Cornelian and Ivory Buttons
and other Cnrinslties tc uumrrous to mention.
White China Matting,
China and Japan Teas,
FOR PALE BV
AFONO i ACIICCK,
IS Nuuanu ft., near King.
THINGS TO BE FOUND
G S3 1 ft! A JOODS !
HAVE JCST RECEIVED AND
Now Offer For Sale the Cargo !
BRITISH BARK BENVOIRLICH !
32s,2T eak-tiier'x tii.ks.
610 Rolls Matting:,
440 Camphor Wood Trunks,
372 Bales Twine,
514 Packages Tea,
178 Cases Packages,
159 Boxes Cigars,
, 167 Packages Chairs,
122 Cases Wine,
74 Packages Fire Crackers,
200 Boxes Oil.
55 Jars Soy,
61 Bales Paper,
30 Boxes Tobacco,
26 Packages Ironware,
477 Coils Manila Rope,
20 Boxes Vermicelli,
801 Packages Sundries.
CHULAN & CO.,
N II an n n
THE WINDERMERE !
GOODS FOB THIS MARKET 1
JJESIDES THE I'SLAIi INVOICES OF
FROM LONDON AND PARIS.
THE CARGO INCLUDES
While Lead, Zinc,
G-osiioll's Cologne !
Rudall's Piccolo Piano Fortes !
Blood, Wolf & Co.'s Porter,
Ginger Wine, Geneva,
Steam Goal, Blacksmith's Coal,
I5I.CE FIRE BRICKS.
&c, &c, &c.
THEO. H. DAVIES.
AVE THE PLEASURE OF ANNOUNCING THAT THEY HAVE KE-
J ' .So '-:, ''"""'"""-"'', ' A t It 4 ft , .'', .
. "', 7 i't in in i ii ', i't. til"l'ts,
lmhr. ',. ,,? t,,il '" liirfAt '' iif's, "' Jl'islin Stts.
. ' .'(' '... .Iml ( 'hjFs,
Knhr i i't h - ( im f-ric .S f ,
I.iiifiiH I 'm f r.l' '., Ali''iinf Silk,
' Y '., '.'', ( 'nl('.y I'll'f ( !;: il , III Jfi'Xni'it'. Si iri,,if, ', -V' tultli'J Will
:mirith t't'tiii Jiirl, St'lA', '.Yyw otnl Hunt, tit, 1 ."'. Sfiirt
it a J 7 .-: It'ttfit in Uwlfi.. irtttf.
IN THE MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT!
"W ill 13 o To iiud:
Cotton, Union ani Linen Sheetings in nil widths; Pillow Linen and Cotton, 40 and 45 iiu-ho:
Mosquito Nettings, coarse to fine in 90, 100 and 10S inches;
White and Unbleached Linen Table Damasks, Huckabuck Diaper and Turkish Towels, 1
Lird'a Eye and Russia Diaper, Tabic Napkins, Crashes, Eight makes in UnMearhod Cottons,
Fignrcd White and Brown Linen and Cotton Drillings,
Jeans and Twill?, Window Holland?, Dress Holland?.
NEW MAKES IN HORROCKSES WHITE COTTONS !
not a particle of Starch or Dressing in tlteui, WARRANTED.
These Cloths are new in thia Market, they require no washing before making up hy machine. We
Sell them at Less than they can be purchased at Wholesale for.
Also, a Few Pieces of that Cambric Long Cloth, for Underwear.
FLANNELS Saxony, Welsh, (Jerman and Canton.
20,000 Yards of Assorted Printed Cottons and Cambrics, a really splendid assortment and
every piece Warranted to Wa6h and not change color.
OCT The Diicts are o.t they have ultra y heat, Lest than any other house in
IItnohthi, trhether 'Wholesale or Retail.
(Irenadines, Alpacas. Merinoes, Cashmeres, Coburgs, Shepherd and Fancy PJaid oolens, Mohairs
Delaines, Chalies, Satinettcs, Russel Cords and Reps, TarlatanB, Swiss Checks and Stripes, Book
Muslins, Victoria Lawns, Piques and Spotted Book, Cambrics and Nainsooks.
SILKS ! SILKS ! ! SILKS ! ! !
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF HABERDASHERY !
EVTU EL HISHIEIG t& O ODS !
India Gauzo, Merino, Flannel and Cotton Under Vests and Drawers. 50 Dozen Regatta, Silk Mixtiiie,
Crimea, and Fancy White Dress Shirts, open back ; Harvard, Oxford, Florence, Dickens. Dux, Cavalier,
Pall Mall, Index, Eaterotise and West End Linen and Paper Collars. Fancy Scarfs, Ties, Rows and
Neck Ribbons. Merino and White and Rrown Half Hose. White, Linen Suits, Tweed Suits, 1 anls and
Vests In Tweed, Drill and Black Cloth.
Hats and Caps in Straw, Felt and Cloth. Umbrellas and Rubber Over Coats !
PERFUMERY ! Nail, Tooth and Clothes Brushes 1
?& Sample of -any thins we have will be
idj i jia iia s iit us-Ei
At the Concrete Fire-Proof Block,
IMPORTERS AI DIM
HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Seine Twinos, Fishing Tackle,
PAINTS, PAINT OILS, VARNISHES, KEROSENE OIL,
Byam's 8 Card Matches,
K WOULD SUGGEST TO OUR CUSTOMERS AXD TIIE PUBLIC GENER
ALLY, that the nreaent is a suitable time to reuair and naint houses and out-buildings. It is short sigbtml
rrnnomv to let Ihem po another Tear without ririne them
sun or the summer, and the heavy rains that will penetrate the unprotected buildings during the succeeding winter, will
lo damage to property that will C09t the owners three times the amount that it would take to paint them now.
It has been generally understood, we believe, by those who pretend to know anything about paints, that Hub
hark & Son's Lead and Zinc are the BEST Paints ever brought into thia Market, in fact, some go so far as to assort
they are the BEST Paints known to the world. We take pleasure in informing our friends and the friends of every
concern, here and elsewhere, that we have recently received an Invoice of White Lead and Zinc, which is said to be
superior to Hubbuck & Son's celebrated paint. We now have on hand and for sale, four qualities of White Lead, and
three qualities of White Zinc, including Hubbuck & Son's best trands. And we think we can suit any and everybody
in the A'aint Line, In regard to quality and price.
PAINTS GROUND IIV Oil, !
White Lead, four qualities, Cheap, GooJ, Better, Best, White Zinc, three do.. GooJ, Better, Best,
Hubbuck & Son's Best Black Paint, in 10, 12.J. and 25 lb. kegs,
Hubbuck & Son's Chrome Green, dark and light, in 1, 2, 5, 10, and 25 lb. containers,
Hubbuck & Son's and R. C. W. Paris Green, in 1, 2, and 4 lb. tins,
Hubbuck & Son's Brilliant Green Paint, in 1,2, 5, and 10 lb. tins,
Hubbuck & Son's and R. C. W. Prussian Blue, in $ and 1 lb. tins, Park Lawn Green, in 1, 2 lb tins.
Chrome Yellow, in 1, and 2 lb. tins, Celestial Blue, in 1 lb. tins,
Raw and Burnt Umber, in 1 and 2 lb. tins, Raw and Burnt Sienna, in 1 lb. tins, Vermilion, in 4 lb. tins,
Van Djke Brown, in 1 lb. tins. Drop Black, in 1 lb. tins. Coach Black, in 1 lb. tins.
Patent Dryer, in 1, 2, 5, and 10 lb. tins,
METALLIC PAINT in 15 lb. kegs, Eed Paint in 25 lb. kegs,
Ultra Marine Blue, Light Chrome Green, Chrome Yellow, Italian Red, Prussian Blue,
Italian Van Dyke Brown, Italian Raw Sienna, Spanish Brown, Vermilion, Orange Chrome,
Celestial Blue. Yellow Ochre, Red Ochre, Fire Proof Paint, Metallic Paint, Verdigris,
Red Lead, in 25 lb. kegs, Litbarage, Drop Black, lump and pulverized, Lamp Black.
Whiting. Plumbago, Rotten Stone, lump and pulverized, Pumice Stone, lump and pulverized.
Soap Stone", Bath Brick, Chalk, Dark and Light Glue.
REVOE'S FURNITURE VARNISH, No. 1,
Devoe's Damar Varnish, 'o. 1, Devoe's Copal Varnish, No. 1, Devoes Coach Varnish, No. 1,
Black Body Coach Varnish, No. 1, Fischer's Coach Varnish. No. 1, Bright Deck Varnish,
Noble & Iloare's best White Hard Spirit Varnish, Noble & Hoarc's Elastic Carriage Varnish,
Noble & Iloare's Best Brown Hard Spirit Varnish, Nolle & Iloare's French Polish,
Knotting Composition, Black, Brown and Green Japan, Brown Japan Dryer,
Spirits Turpentine, in 1, 2, and 5 gallon cans,
Hubbuck & Son's Best Pale Boiled Linseed Oil, in 1, 2, 3, and 4 gallon drums,
Hubbuck and Son's Best Raw Linseed Oil, Frank Miller's Harness Oil,
Leather Preservative and Elastic Oil Polish, Brovn's Leather Dressing Neats Foot Oil.
A rmy and Navy Boot and Shoe Blacking, Day i: Martin's Liquid Shoe Blacking,
Axle Grease, of three different manufacturers,
Carbolic Soap, and disinfectant for washing horses, sheep, dogs, cats, &c,
Scented, Bath, Toilet, and Medical Soaps.
DOWNER'S & DEVOE'S BEST KEROSENE OILS I
BYAM'S CELEBRATED 8 CARD MATCHES,
IinCj faint, tfash tools Vx-l, Varnish, Painters' lustr. Whitewash, Marking, Ptenril, Glue,
J JM.K Mid O " " Shoe, Horse, lut, Nail, Tooth, Centrifugal.
Of the above Krushes we Wp a lar?o assortment, which we off-r at retail, from 10 cents ea-h to $.50 accord in fr to
aizf, kind and quality.
Dealers and Consume deirin(t to purchase any r.vd In nor lin will find it to th-ir advantage to give us a
call before goinp elsewhere.
We continue to sell Ooo.H, notwithstandtng ' the times are hard." Our Superior tetock recommends itself. And
cur pricw as usual are VERY LOW. . JuU qr
and Marked oil
PRINTS, PRINTS !
CHINA IVIATTIWG !
forwarded with the greatest of pleasure. QiT.
HAYSELDEN BKOS., Criterion House.
ii iui iinmn c o .
Nos. 95 and 97 King Street, Honolulu,
IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Lanterns and Chandeliers.
one or two coats cf good paint. The dry winds and burning-
" WILLIAMS. BLANCHAED & CO.,
SliilIius A. I'oia minion Merch;uil,
. i I x ( nlir.nil "irrri.
W. C1T. 1
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K i rvo.. .
C0BBITT & MACLEAY.
r)iiiiiliftiun .Ylt nli:iitl.
Shipper and Dealer of Oregou PioJuu
4 N Fit M'M'O I
Otter lot ClllrMl Mml
lOU Tl M. ORKUOX
i: hu J li I'rtsi.sss l A. I Flm M.
irsssm cs .
W. l tUlMvn. Ksq , Pkf Califxroi....
. .. fraorlaro
Co. Pa a rrssu'laro
Mrssr. Cr Jt Co
Mrun. La J J It Tiltoo, Rioter
Bank, f Urtih Columbia,.
Mr.rt U UoUsuitti Co
Cortox, saiiirf Co.... .......
Uasara. liiku k Co., sakTS .
. PnrtlabJ, (trrgou
('HtlaMrUr IslatssJ lrJai
A. P. EVERETT.
Forwarding & Commission MrrcliHnt
lOi IKOST UttKKT, COR.NKR CLAY,
Particular munition hl l Consifnwruts .l ItlanJ IVnti-.
. , . -
I. IIf'Criikoii Sc Co.,
i on .11 1 ss i ox .ii i: uc: ii a , ts,
lrt listiil. Oroffon.
ffAVINU IJKKN RNUAOKU IN OUH HK
I I. tent basinrss fur upwards ol irrra jrrars. and in
ooatrd In Arc proof krlek baildlof , we art rruardlu rrrri
and dtsposor Island .tapirs, such a.8ufar,Klc,Sjrp.,r,ulu,
0flV, ten ia a4antce. CosMlcnaMnU acialljr aat-iird
or lh Orcirno market, t vblch rsonai aumimn wim t jim .
nd upon which rash advauort will b nad when rmulrrd
Sin JTaaHCinoa Usraaam-U'.
BaJgor k Lin.lfiilx-rfrr, J as. I'atrlca at Co.,
Fred. Ikfn, W. T. Colrman Jk Co.,
Steveos, llHkrr Co.
Allen Jk l.rwis. Ladd ft Tiltoo. Leonard A- tlrrrn
aM Walk'r . Alkn. ; ,1
w. a. i fTKaiDua,
S1H rrotilfl. fan francisou.
LEVERIDGE, WADHAMS & CO.
WholoHalo CJ- v o im
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
PjirtlcslAr AttCHtloa paU t fiklfrMriU f
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The Anglo-Californian Bank,
4 1 CAI.A. NT.. HAN FRAXCISCO. A I..
IX)NDON OrriCK.. 3 ANOKL COURT
NEW YOItK AOEST?, J. t W. PKLIUMAN k CO, 21
Authorized CAPITAL STOCK,' $8,000,000
WILL RECEIVE IKPOSITN. OPEN All
counts, make collections, buy and aril KichaaR mtu
Bullion, loan Money and Issue Letters of Credit arallabU
throughout the world.
It. O. PNKATH, tkianas-srs
deftly ION. BTKINHART,
A. IV. PE.SiGE&G
Oflcr lor Sale
J whau boats and boat stock
LIME AND CEMENT.
By Steamer from San Francisco,
POTATOEG, ONIONS, &C,
Brand's Bomb Lances
Perry Davis Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works.
Ol' THE HACKING OK 1MT1.
warranted in good order, fur sale at a very low
bgnre, in order to close consignment.
."'. ' . IIACKKFLD CO. '
HAWAIIANJPIRE WOOD !
'IMIIS WOOD IH tUiU A It TO TWO CORDS
For Sale by .CIIA8. LON'U,
N. 6, Merrhant Ut.
A FEW BBLS. HUMPBACK OIL
WHICH IS NEXT TO SI'KKM.
For Rale by CIIAS. LONO,
No. 6. Merrhant St.
OR SALK IIV
. BEANS, BEANS.
C1I1IM I1EAXS AM) CALA. HKA.VS,
I wtuto and rdl, warranted aaperior to aay in tho tuarkrt.
uoR KorPalebjr CIIA8. LONU.
WOOL, HIDES & TALLOW
PURCII ASKI AT Till-:
HIGHEST MARKET RATES
H. HACKFELD & Co.
A SMALL LOT OF
I I Ml
. x- 1 in o ft i" t i o 1 o ,
JUST RECEIVED EX It. C. WYLIE !
And Tor Hale In quantities to suit, Ly
II. HACKFELD a CO.